Wednesday, 19 June 2019

18th June

The odd little shower in the morning and a brisk southerly wind but largely it was a pleasant day with some bright sunshine in the afternoon; bits and pieces through the day included single Great-northern and Red-throated Divers, the Heron, a Sparrowhawk south over the Obs (scarce in June!), a singing Corncrake still, 32 Golden Plover (the first little influx of returning birds), 3 Sandwich Terns milling around Hooking but not showing any signs of breeding activity, a Little Tern in Nouster still, a Collared Dove and a House Martin.

Ringed Plover

Pied Wagtail

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